St. Mary's University in San Antonio recently reaffirmed their distinctive nature as a Catholic university promoting the Marianist tradition. This new affirmation is in response to the smaller number of Marianists serving in teaching and administrative positions on campus. Faculty have been encouraged to explore new ways to integrate Catholic and Marianist values and historical perspectives in their teaching and research. I will discuss some major Catholic mathematicians and some classroom activities that I developed for the course MT3304- Mathematics for the Elementary Teacher.
Wagner-Krankel, Mary, "Integrating Catholic and Marianist Historical Perspectives in a Mathematics Coruse for Elementary Education Majors" (2005). ACMS Conference Proceedings 2005. 13.
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